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Jalba Gets Three Streets of Value; Sawicki Needs a Coffee Eusebiu Jalba

Jalba Gets Three Streets of Value; Sawicki Needs a Coffee

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Tuesday, November 14, 2023 12:20 PM Local Time

Jalba Gets Three Streets of Value; Sawicki Needs a Coffee

Eusebiu Jalba opened to 80,000 from the hijack. Adam Siwicki considered his options from the cutoff for a few moments but opted to preserve his short stack and folded. Aaron Duczak folded in the small blind while Giuseppe Mazza-Boussemart called from the big.

Mazza-Boussemart check-called bets of 80,000 and 180,000 for the final board to read a of Diamonds, k of Spade, 9 of Hearts, 2 of Spade, a of Clubs, . Mazza-Boussemart check-called a bet of 250,000 which saw Jalba table a of Hearts,   for trip aces. Mazza-Boussemart appeared frustrated before mucking his cards.

Siwicki then told the dealer he was pretty sure he folded a red ace. The dealer looked through the cards but there was nothing wrong with the deck, which received a few laughs from the table.

“Good morning,” joked someone at the table.

Eusebiu Jalba 2,980,000 510,000
Giuseppe Mazza-Boussemart 865,000 -490,000
Aaron Duczak 800,000 -20,000

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